Choice Hotels opens third Atlanta WoodSpring Suites

The WoodSpring Suites Atlanta Conyers is the third hotel for the brand in Greater Atlanta. Photo credit: Choice Hotels International

Choice Hotels International, in collaboration with Vikas Patel of Mountain View Hospitality, has opened the WoodSpring Suites Atlanta Conyers, the third hotel for the brand in Greater Atlanta.

The new-build property joins the WoodSpring Suites Atlanta Alpharetta and WoodSpring Suites Atlanta Chamblee.

"We are committed to growing the WoodSpring Suites brand in markets with strong extended-stay demand. Atlanta is one of the nation's fastest-growing cities and has a high concentration of Fortune 500 companies, making it an ideal market to develop multiple WoodSpring hotels," said Ron Burgett, VP of development at WoodSpring Suites. "The WoodSpring Suites Atlanta Conyers offers everything guests want in a longer-term stay, from in-room kitchens with full-size refrigerators to free Wi-Fi. We look forward to working with Mountain View Hospitality to welcome travelers to the region."


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The 122-room hotel, at 2000 Iris Drive Southeast, provides guests with proximity to several hospitals and universities, including the Mercy Heart Clinic, Rockdale Health Center and Oxford College of Emory University, and is within driving distance to downtown Atlanta's many corporate offices.

The WoodSpring Suites Atlanta Conyers offers three suite layouts, is 100-percent smoke free and features complimentary parking, guest laundry facilities and a fitness center.

"It has been a privilege to team with Choice Hotels to bring our first WoodSpring Suites hotels to fruition in the rapidly emerging Conyers area of Atlanta,” said Vikas Patel of Mountain View Hospitality.

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